Teens and Substance Abuse Seminars
What Every Parent, Educator and Health Professional Must Know
Dates: Tuesday evenings, February 26-March 19, 2013
Time: 4:30 –7:30 p.m.
Place: Meridian School District Administrative Building
1303 E. Central Drive, Salmon Room
(East end of building)
Are you up-to-date on the current drug trends emerging in the Treasure Valley? Can you spot
the signs of use? Parents, educators, and health professionals are invited to participate in a
FREE four part seminar exploring the issue of teen substance abuse and social media. Come
learn from the experts in our community about current drug trends, brain development,
teen social/emotional development, signs and symptoms of abuse, as well as the role
technology plays in drug use.
February 26: Street Drugs of Abuse & Drug Legalization Issues
- Monte Stiles, Retired Assistant U.S. Attorney, State of Idaho
March 5: Teen Alcohol Use and Current Trends
- Alcohol Compliance Officer Jermaine Galloway, Boise Police Dept.
March 12: Maximizing Today’s Technology to Reduce Underage Drinking
- Jared Olson, Idaho Prosecuting Attorney’s Association
March 19: The Buzz About Prescription Drugs
- Chuck Wahl, Drug Enforcement Administration
- Officer Ryan Buzzini, Boise Police Dept.
- Shane Williams, Boise Police Dept.
- PACT360—Prescription Drug Abuse Parent Education Program
Class content consists of lecture by professional experts, video presentations,
discussion, and question/answer period following each seminar.
Please feel free to bring a brown bag dinner to the seminars.
Registration is required.
Log on to www.drugfreeidaho.org
Click on “Teens and Substance Abuse Class”
Professional Development credit available through NNU
(information to come)
For further information or questions, please contact
Robin Hausheer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-6405.
Seminars jointly sponsored by DrugFree Idaho and the Meridian Mayor’s Anti-Drug Coalition (MADC).
Meridian School District Administrative Building
1303 E. Central Drive, Meridian, Idaho 83642